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Bugatti Veyron hits the market
It is the ultimate in exclusivity and holds an aspirational value. Bugatti Veyron, the fastest and perhaps the most expensive car in the world, debuted with a jaw-dropping ex-showroom price tag of Rs 16 crore, making India the only market globally to sell the world's cheapest (Nano) and the most expensive car.
Raju and five others still in jail
Former Satyam chief Ramalinga Raju, his brother Rama Raju and four others are still to serve jail term in the Rs 7, 000-crore financial scam case as the supreme court cancelled their bail reversing an Andhra Pradesh high court order directing their release. The court has asked trial court to speed up the trial and complete it by July 31 next year.
Lenovo to launch more products
Lenovo, the world's fourth largest PC maker is betting big on the Indian market by launching a slew of products here. Rory Read, COO of Lenovo, says the company plans to make huge investments at its marketing hub in Bangalore to build the Lenovo brand globally.
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